THE IMPACT OF MULTISENSORY APPROACH USING VIDEO TEXT MATERIAL ON VOCABULARY ACQUISITION AND GRAMMAR PROFICIENCY OF YOUNG ADULTS

Swati Srivastava , Dr. Suman Lata Saxena

Abstract


This quasiexperimental design study investigated the impact of multisensory approach employing video text with  role play on vocabulary acquisition and grammar proficiency of young adult learners. The sample comprised of purposively selected  80 students of class XII of Hindi medium CGBSE School. Students were randomly assigned to experimental and control group comprising of 20 male and 20 female in each group .The  experimental group was taught by multisensory approach employing video text with  role play where as control group was taught by traditional method of lectures. Post test based on english grammar and vocabulary was administered to find out the difference . The t test was used. The finding showed that there was a significant difference between two groups. Experimental group outperformed the Control group both in vocabulary acquisition and grammar proficiency. These results suggest that multisensory approach enhance English language learning.


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multisensory approach, vocabulary acquisition, grammar proficiency, role play, learning styles.

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